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A technical Analysis term referring to a Chart pattern created when a steep rise (or fall) is followed by Trading in a narrow Price range, followed by a steep rise (or fall). Some technical analysts believe that if a rise (or fall) precedes the "flag" then a rise (or fall) is likely to follow it.

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